Better futures for young lives with epilepsy and associated conditions

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Our strategic objectives

We will make our vision and mission a reality through achieving our strategic objectives:

  • To provide excellent specialist education, residential and health services for the students at St Piers School, the Surestart Centre and St Piers College, each with an education/enrichment dimension for students, and to develop and deliver a range of outstanding day and residential services.
  • To be the voice and champion of childhood epilepsy through providing information, awareness, support and campaigning.
  • To develop, deliver and support pioneering research that will make a difference to children and young people with epilepsy, their parents and carers.
  • To use our world leading health expertise to support young people with epilepsy and other neurological conditions through the delivery of an excellent range of specialist multi-disciplinary diagnostic, assessment and rehabilitation services.
  • To be a commercially astute organisation that is financially secure and that invests in the future.
  • To maintain a workforce that is engaged, motivated, skilled and highly professional in all that it does.
  • To operate an organisation that is efficient, effective and ‘fit for purpose’ to deliver our objectives.
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There are at least 40 different seizure types and people may have one or several different seizure types.

Cyber EssentialsFundraising RegulatorYoung Epilepsy is the operating name of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE).
Registered Charity number 311877 (England and Wales)

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